Rehabilitation of Tamale Teaching Hospital, Phase II
Client: MINISTRY OF HEALTH (MOH)
Location: TAMALE, NORTHERN REGION
Status: ( On-Going )
We have successfully designed and supervised all aspects of healthcare facilities construction utilizing modern construction techniques. It is the result of our quality oriented construction work, that various international clients of high repute have invited us to embody their dreams into reality.
The Tamale Teaching Hospital formerly known as Tamale Regional Hospital was commissioned on 2nd February, 1974 by Lt Col I.K. Acheampong, the then Head of State of Ghana. The total land area of the Hospital is 49,0000 m².
The portion that has been developed is 122,000 m². Its catchment area has a population of 2.1 million.
The Hospital became a Teaching hospital in 2002 to help train medical students of the University of Development Studies (UDS). The Hospital is undergoing major rehabilitation (Phase I) and this phase has been completed resulting in a total bed capacity of 600. Phase II of the rehabilitation is on-going and will add more facilities to bring the total bed capacity to 800.
The Phase II development of the Tamale Teaching Hospital has the following components;
- Three (3) storey accident and emergency building
- A new mortuary
- Pathology department
- A new medical gas plant
Ancillary facilities including power plant and waste management services.